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Preston Dennett began investigating UFOs and the paranormal in 1986 when he discovered that his family, friends and co-workers were having dramatic unexplained encounters. Since then, he has interviewed hundreds of witnesses and investigated a wide variety of paranormal phenomena.  He is a field investigator for the Mutual UFO Network (MUFON), a ghost hunter, a paranormal researcher, and the author of twenty-six books and more than 100 articles about UFOs and the paranormal.  His articles have appeared in numerous magazines including Fate, Atlantis Rising, MUFON UFO Journal, Nexus, Paranormal Magazine, UFO magazine, Mysteries Magazine, Ufologist, Phenomena Magazine, Outer Limits Magazine and others.  His writing has been translated into several different languages including German, Portuguese, French, Russian, and Icelandic.  He has appeared on numerous radio and television programs.  His research has been presented in the L.A. Times, the L.A. Daily News, the Dallas Morning News and other newspapers.  He has taught classes on various paranormal subjects and lectures across the United States. 

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“I trust Preston, and considering this all true has sweeping implications. I love how personal and heartfelt these stories come across, there isn’t any hype, it is more matter of fact. These people aren’t trying to sell you anything, they are doing their best to report what happened. I really love the first story about the meeting with the Mantis ETs. I cant get that story out of my mind. Particularly interesting is that the Mantis seem to understand that their appearance matches Hollywood Sci-Fi stereotypes, and they see some humor in it (you will have to read the book to see what I mean). That first story alone is priceless. It has me really thinking about my own “racism”: could I see a Mantis as a brother instead of a creature to be feared? I sincerely hope that we all can all get beyond that fear, because if this book is right, we’re going to need to. Racism of man against man seems trivial by comparison.”
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